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Dinner with Rochelle Steven of Birdlife Australia

For over 120 years, Birdlife Australia has been at the forefront of bird conservation. It has achieved excellent outcomes for arresting the extinction of threatened species of birds to date. However, it faces a challenging future.

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Dinner with Rochelle Steven of Birdlife Australia
Dinner with Rochelle Steven of Birdlife Australia

Time & Location

08 Feb 2024, 5:30 pm – 8:10 pm

Nedlands, 30 The Avenue, Nedlands WA 6009, Australia

About the Event

Avian ecologist, conservation scientist and outreach specialist volunteer, Rochelle Steven is a lecturer at the School of Environmental and Conservation Sciences at Murdoch University.  Rochelle is an active volunteer member of Birdlife Australia.   For over 120 years, Birdlife Australia has been at the forefront of bird conservation. It has achieved excellent outcomes for arresting the extinction of threatened species of birds to date. However, it faces a challenging future.

Today, almost 1 in 6 Australian bird species are threatened with extinction. These species typically can face threats of climate change, bushfire, habitat loss and predation by feral introduced species. Birdlife Australia aims to stop the extinction of birds in Australia by 2032 and improve the status of the 30% of threatened birds by then too.  Rochelle Steven will speak about these challenges at our upcoming Rotary of Crawley dinner.   

Come and hear this compelling talk and support your Rotary Club.

Tickets

  • Standard Ticket

    Includes dinner and a beverage.

    $40.00
    Tax: GST included

Total

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